While Medicare Part A and B cover many hospital and medical needs for individuals, prescription coverage is limited. North Carolina Medicare Part D is available for those who already have Medicare Part A and/or B through a private insurance carrier. Individuals may also decide instead to go with a Medicare Advantage plan, also known as Medicare Part C, that includes North Carolina prescription insurance.
Choosing between these two options can be a difficult task, and often the choice you make can have lasting, difficult to reverse, consequences. At Independent Benefit Advisors, we have years of experience helping people determine which Supplemental medicare plan, Medicare Advantage, and Medicare Part D North Carolina options will best suit them. We are here to assist you, and will provide comparative pricing and cost analysis based on your specific health care needs.